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ABC
Oct 19, 2012 11:35pm PDT
, diane sawyer, joins us with the latest in on ongoing abc news series, hidden america. this one, from the streets of chicago. diane, the powerful report we're about to see really takes us inside what can only be described as a hidden american war zone. >> it is true, but we want to say at the outset, as we know, chicago is simply a great city, filled with wonderful people. but as we're going to show you, there are some areas, where small children really do live, as we said, in a kind of battle zone. so, listen to this number. at least 419 people were killed this year, across a dozen neighborhoods in chicago, and that is more than all the u.s. troops killed in afghanistan this year. the cause? rival gangs, creating anarchy. and, so, "nightline" and "world news" decided to try something different, something unprecedented. we gathered 38 members of rival gangs, past and present, from hispanics to their black rivals, to talk about the slaughter and how to make it stop. tonight, in america, tens of thousands of children are living in a war zone. one of them is a little boy named ralph. hey
ABC
Oct 17, 2012 11:35pm PDT
, why don't i look like jennifer lopez, jessica alba? >> reporter: as the former editor of "us weekly," janice helped give birth to the mom-shell with the glossy body after baby spreads. you helped create this culture of baby bumps. >> this crazy shift happened where it was cool to be pregnant. you go out showing off your body after you have the baby and that was a way for the actresses to communicate to the world, i'm still sexy, i'm stick employable and you want to be like me. >> reporter: but not everyone can look like gisele, shortly after childbirth. it's a standard even some celebs can't live up to. like brice dallas howard, star of "the help." >> i drafted the sanitation initiative. >> the internet has been ruthless on her, calling her terrible names. it has to be incredibly painful. >> reporter: but now, alison tate is leading a populist backlash. >> i felt dumpy and doubty, frustrated. >> reporter: she had just given birth to her fourth chiltd when she did something many women do every day. resisted taking a picture with her son at a birthday party. >> my 5-year-old son, who
ABC
Oct 26, 2012 11:35pm EDT
toward the u.s. somewhere from the mid-atlantic to new england. >> when you factor in the unusual track that it's going to be taking, that is coming in from the east, across the jersey coast, it's a once in a lifetime storm. arer the >> reporter: the so-called once in a lifetime storm will only get worse as it moves towards land. monday, it will collide with energy that will pull in some cold air from the northwest. now, adding to that perfect storm scenario, there's what we call a blocking pattern that shoves energy from the north back at the storm and back toward the united states. here's what all of that means to you. the storm will carry hurricane-force winds, up to a foot of rain and the potential storm surge that could top out at ten feet. extreme conditions could begin as early as sunday and last for days, drenching the most populated part of the country. >> this storm, that is going to be impacting the mid-atlantic and parts of the northeast monday into tuesday is going to be destructive, historic and, unfortunately, life threatening. >> reporter: a state of emergency has alread
ABC
Oct 4, 2012 11:35pm EDT
. how one expert's simple tips helped this guy add $3,000 to the selling price of his used car. >>> confessions of a centerfold. jenny mccarthy writes a surprising memoir about her journey from devout christian to sex symbol and playboy play mate. >>> and wild thing. lions in the backyard, monkeys in the living room. we'll meet the team confronting extreme animal lovers whose exotic pets could be lurking in a neighborhood near you. >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," october 4th, 2012. >> good evening, i'm terry moran. well, tonight, there may be a secret cash cow parked in your driveway. because that old car may actually be worth thousands of dollars more than you think. when it comes to receiving your own car, some quick, easy, do it yourself tips could help you increase the price, and there's a lot more to it than just hanging up a gas station air freshener in there. abc's sharyn alfonsi brings us the best strategy for selling your old wheels. >> reporter: meet the gross
ABC
Oct 19, 2012 12:35am PDT
on top of your head. >> reporter: all of us on the plane knew this was practice, but still. heards pound in moments like this, embarrassing mistakes can be made. and the fact that mia officials invited "nightline" to watch further proves they are pulling back the curtain down here in unprecedented ways. airport 24/7 is the first reality show given access to the sort of high and low drama that plays out here every day. as 100,000 personalities collide. cameras are romming when item persons flare. when drugs are found welded into auto parts and when arguments erupt over carry-on peanut butter. >> the size is too large. you can bring a little one, 3.4 ounces or less. but this is too big. >> [ bleep ]. >> reporter: they're romming when dogs sniff out a suspiciously large stack of cash, when a gun is found in a carry-on bag and a knife is discovered in one man's shoe. all part of the routine in a place that has a small museum of would be carry-on weaponry. >> what was in that person's mind when they walked through our checkpoint? >> reporter: lauren is not only the director of security at mia
ABC
Oct 25, 2012 11:35pm PDT
of children for not understanding how to deal with that. >> reporter: she told us lewd lyrics are the least of it. when kids her age are downloading pornography on their smartphones. it's porn before puberty. >> when i was in eighth grade, boys, mostly -- >> reporter: what -- >> they were watching porn on their school. during independent reading, they would do that. >> reporter: i have a migraine now. we met winnifred in a documently called "sexy baby." it explores the fact that 9 out of 10 children ages 8 through 16 have watched pornography on the internet. winnifred's friend danielle was 11 first time she stumbled onto it. >> one black guy, one hispanic guy and a very blond woman and they were just, like, ferociously banging each other. it was very -- i mean, i came home, i was bawling my eyes out. i'll never forget it. >> it sort of came at her before she was ready. and in a very graphic way. and luckily, she has a really good relationship with her mother, who was able to say to her, let me explain what that was. >> reporter: according to "playboy," porn is easier to access than ever. 40
ABC
Oct 29, 2012 11:35pm PDT
. terry moran and bill weir will be joining us live from cape may, new jersey, and lake erie, pennsylvania. >>> first we turn to our colleague abc's juju chang who spent the day reporting in lower manhattan and comes to us now from the city's flooded streets. juju, what's the latest? >> reporter: i have to tell you new york felt like a city under siege. we literally had to wade through floodwaters down here in lower manhattan in the mandatory evacuation zone. this storm set the dubious distinction of setting a record storm surge and we watched at its height as the water barrelled over the storm wall and went rushing down the streets. new york city subway systems have felt the wrath of hurricane sandy as well, brought down trees, ripped out power, inundated tunnels and subway tracks. in the 108-year history of the new york subway station workers have never faced as big a challenge. throughout the evening, we're standing in the hardest-hit part of lower manhattan, the historic canyons of lower manhattan. to the right of me is the world trade center, just earlier the 9/11 memorial began flood
ABC
Oct 11, 2012 11:35pm EDT
heavyweights who helped sarah palin and george w. bush prep for their debates tell us what marks they give the vice presidential contenders for a "nightline" report card. >>> plus, right brain, left brain. could which painting you refer tell which candidate you could vote for? we test the theory that your mind might be made up for you this election. >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is a special edition of "nightline," one-on-one, the vice presidential debate. >> good evening, i'm terry moran. tonight, a feisty on-stage showdown as vice president joe biden and his republican challenger paul ryan went head-to-head for the first and only time, with time running short here. the stakes and the tension seemed especially high, you a new polls showing a spike in support of mitt rom near after president obama's stumble in last week's debate. so, here's how it all went down tonight. >> vice president joe biden and congressman paul ryan. >> reporter: from the get-go, this was a sharper, livelier debate. >> if
ABC
Oct 22, 2012 11:35pm PDT
debate. he advised george w. bush before he took the stage. martha raddatz and matt dowd tell us who they think had the upper hand in a "nightline" report card. >>> and getting to know you. from coors light drinkers to hbo watchers, how presidential campaigns are using hyperpersonalized information about what you like to do, buy, and watch to try and win your vote. >> from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is a special edition of "nightline." one on one, the final presidential debate. >>> good evening. i'm terry moran. tonight, the highly anticipated final round as president barack obama and republican challenger mitt romney took the stage to go head to head in the last presidential debate. this is a crucial night, and it could tip the scales in a deadlocked race. a final side by side-comparison with just 15 days left now until the election. and millions of early ballots already being cast, so here's how it all happened in florida tonight. the two men who would be president squared off for the last time in the ho
ABC
Oct 8, 2012 11:35pm EDT
chamber. for the first time, gm is giving us a peek at how they smash or bash a new model long before any critic can. and abc's elisabeth leamy is the one to take us behind the scenes. >> reporter: it's like hazing for cars. engineering as an extreme sport. these are the tests the leaner, meaner general motors is putting its vehicles through. tests the public has never seen before. we had unprecedented access to the gm proving ground, one of the most secretive sites in the automotive world. our tour guide on the wild ride is james bell, gm's new head of consumer affairs an audacious choice because he spent years slamming automotive companies as a journalist, once callinged cadillac cim m arron a real letdown. >> reporter: gm is the car company that produced infamous chevy vegas, x cars in '80s and saturns and plain ugly pontiac aztecs in the 2000s, that's why the post bailout strategy is to improve reliability and its reputation. with more and more extreme testing. first up, wicked weather. every car on the assembly line endures the water test booth. when i psh this button? sxwlt torrent
ABC
Oct 30, 2012 11:35pm EDT
-- two separate things not related -- and they all came together right in and around us. fortunately, not right into washington, unfortunately for new jersey. look at care bill, maine, high temperature today 61 degrees. -- look at caribou maine, high temperatures today 61 degrees. washington was 46 degrees. here is the reason why. here is what is left of sandy, drifting to the north of pittsburgh. but on the east side, they are was still tropical moisture and tropical rain going all the way to canada. for us overnight tonight, there are a few lingering sprinkles as you can see on doppler, in and around us, and some more lingering snow is in the mountains of west virginia. but that " core will be selling. when you head out -- but that cold core will be sellingtettling -- but that cold core will be set tling. the other thing with the lights of the early wind, here is the storm surge down the potomac. that comes through about this time tomorrow in georgetown with some moderate flooding. the flood stage is 2 feet above high tide. temperatures will be into the 50 calls for the trick-or-t
ABC
Oct 9, 2012 11:35pm PDT
." october 9th, 2012. >>> good evening. i'm bill weir. thanks for being with us tonight. well, it was the same, short walk she took to her colorado grade school every morning. but last friday, 10-year-old jessica ridgeway never made it to her fifth grade classroom. the only clue, her school bag found six miles away. as police search door-to-door, in a town under the microscope. her family speaks out for the first time. and abc's clayton sandell has the latest from colorado. >> reporter: this is 10-year-old jessica ridgeway, horsing around a few months ago with a home video camera and the family dog. >> that's the camera. see? >> reporter: tonight, the video has a special urgency. it was released by colorado police because jessica is missing. and today, for the first time, her parents are speaking out. >> it's the worst thing i've ever been through. >> reporter: the fifth grader vanished last friday, while walking the short distance between her home and her elementary school. >> you don't hear anything. and then, you get the pit in your stomach that you don't want any parent --
ABC
Oct 1, 2012 11:35pm EDT
in plane crash notice u.s. made it out alive the vast majority, 08% happened in the minutes before takeoff or last eight minutes landing. inside the crashed # 27 it's up to injury biomechanics expert dr. cindy burr to answer the burning question, why do some people walkway from plane crashes that kill so many others? >> this is their unbraced dummy. tray table really low. >> reporter: she told us the data makes crystal clear that bracing for impact can be a lifesaver. what should do you? is. >> put your hand over, hands over. and just hold it. >> reporter: and that works? >> well, yeah, we were able to really compare that brace position versus unbraced, where we saw the unbraced dummy seem more vulnerable. >> reporter: the crash was a belly flop, slight sli nose first. the results showed that passengers near the front took the brunt of it. rows 7 and forward were considered fatal, 7a catapulted out of the plane. accident investigator tom barth analyzed now the impact rippled through the air frame. >> we measured the g forces, impact forces from the very front of the airplane all of the way
ABC
Oct 3, 2012 11:35pm PDT
the year before. going forward with the stat us can quo is not going to cut it for the american people who are struggling today. >> reporter: president obama seemed, at first, to wander a bit, but found his footing with an answer that slammed romney as the heir of failed trickle-down economics. >> math, common sense and our history shows us that's not a recipe for job growth. look, we've tried this, the approach that governor romney is talking about is the same sales pitch that was made in 2001 and 2003 and ill culminated in the worst financial crisis. >> reporter: romney spoke directly to the president in his answers. obama spoke mostly to the moderator, jim lehrer of pbs. >> we still have trillion dollar deficits. the cbo says we'll have a trillion dollar deficit each of the next four years. >> reporter: these two men, they are virtually strangers to each other personally. they've only met in person three times before tonight. most recently, in passing, on a debate stage in new hampshire way back in 2008, when republicans followed democrats in debate three days before the primaries. and
ABC
Oct 2, 2012 11:35pm PDT
is changing around us. this is what it's about, looking at the canyon, so narrow, the colors, the light. >> this is stunningly beautiful. this is the kind of things that you find when you're willing to go, push it a bit and look in some of these deep, dark corners. >> reporter: and we're in the water. gaspi ining as the cold seizes bodies. these are called pod holes but they're the size of swimming pools. >> some of these can be 20, 30 feet deep. you never commit the entire party to the pool like this or everybody gets trapped. >> reporter: you send your most dispensable person -- our senses, the cold, the cathedral canyon walls. lush, even though this is arizona and then our first rappel. more pod holes and more obsta e obstacles. mora pee rappels. we may be the first to ever see this. the canyon opens grandly into this a bigger canyon, lush with a stream running through it. we break to eat something and marvel at how much is still left unexplored. my guess is there are 300 canyons that are probably worth doing in the grand canyon. and we'll die before we ever see them all. it's just
ABC
Oct 16, 2012 11:35pm EDT
happened in the rematch? >>> tonight our team of political pros tells us where they think the candidates succeeded and blundered in the "nightline" report card. >>> and ana that. could freud hold the key to who would be a better president? we hop on to the couch of the shrink who is unrav eling the sub conscious of the candidatesb conscious of the candidates.sub. >>> good evening, i'm terry moran. well, that was a fierce debate. a heated showdown as president obama and his republican challenger mitt romney met on stage in a fiery second hall in a townhall-style debate. 29 days until election day. the president looking to make a comeback after the lackluster showing flast debate shifted the polls in romney's favor across the country. tonight, both candidates came out ready for a fight. and here's how it all happened. >> candy, what governor romney said just isn't true. >> it was a real scrap. from the outset, both men went on the attack. mitt romney hammering home his basic campaign theme. >> the president's policies have been exercised over the last few years and they haven't put america
ABC
Oct 12, 2012 11:35pm EDT
" exclusive, we have an intimate portrait of the television titan. tonight, oprah winfrey tells us what drives her to treat 72 girls like the daughters she never had. >> i think i've come into my mothering space. >> why her real passion and deepest sorrows are tied up in a far away place. >>> and from giant nosed monkeys to homely pastel dolphins. meet one woman whose passion is the animal kingdom's freaks and creeps. >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," october 12th, 2012. >> good evening, i'm bill weir. it is a new england hamlet best know for beaches and blueberry fields. but tonight, kennebunk, maine, is reel iing over. the exercise instructor at the center of the case allegedly kept a secret list that now threatens to expose over 100 clients. and if they start naming names in a town of only 10,000, oh, you can imagine the impact. here's abc's john schriffen. >> reporter: she's a zumba instructor with an alleged side business. 29-year-old alexis wright, seen here in this video for her no
ABC
Oct 5, 2012 11:35pm EDT
brings us this look inside. [ knocking ] >> hi, how are you doing today? >> we're missionaries from the church -- >> reporter: the two-year mission is a right of passage for most young mormon men. >> have you ever seen missionaries in this neighborhood before? >> reporter: there are 55,000 missionaries, serving around the world. and the church allowed our team rare access into their world for two days. of door knocking, teaching -- >> called the vision of the tree of life. >> reporter: and community service. >> i am a mormon. >> i'm a mormon. >> reporter: mormons have never been so visible. while mitt romney's presidential candidacy may have ushered in a mormon moment in this country, the church remains largely a mystery to those outside of the faith. >> elder dustin. >> i'm sorry. >> elder dustin. >> elder? >> yes, sir. right here on my name tag, if that helps. >> it does. >> reporter: elder is a church term for the missionaries, though at age 21 and 20, they are anything but old. >> i like your hat. >> reporter: they are serving on a mission in la mras, louisiana, a long way from
ABC
Oct 30, 2012 11:35pm EDT
to evacuate, and the water was up to here on us and we lost everything. we're alive, we are together and we have our cat. >> reporter: they are shuttle into a sheriff's van. >> i never thought i'd be in the back of one of these. >> reporter: no idea where they are even going. >> a wale of water this high came rushing over the stairwell. >> reporter: others, like the richardson family, chose to stay behind despite their living room and kitchen in three feet of water. >> nothing to do now but just clean up. that's it. >> reporter: throughout the northeast, 8.2 million customers without power. 65% of new jersey in the dark. new jersey's governor chris christie, phone nor his brashness seemed himself moved by what he saw. >> as a kid who was a boy raised in the state, who spent a lot of time over my life at the jersey shore, no question in my mind we'll rebuild it. >> reporter: so many weird sights here. my colleague ginger zee got a firsthand look at the damage in atlantic city. >> this car is completely covered in sand up to the wheel well. this was at the bottom of the ocean before the storm
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